Designer Gioi Tran introduced the street to this media room by layering on graffiti art. A first layer of graffiti was painted directly on the warm gray wall in lighter colors. Framed graffiti was then placed on top of it, enhancing both works. A dominant shade, orange, was pulled from the graffiti and used on the bench and in the birch sculpture, connecting the wall to the rest of the room.
This beautiful dining room uses graffiti as a backdrop for a hip modern style. Graffiti takes any room to another level with its bright bold aesthetic.
Say it with graffiti. Words were spraypainted in this room to add character and to reflect the personality of those who live in it. Graffiti is a great way to let your teenagers express their ideas and feelings in their rooms.
For a smaller statement, go for a framed graffiti piece and use it in conjunction with more subdued elements, so as not to overwhelm the room. Here, colors were pulled from the artwork and repeated in the throw pillow and other accessories.
Graffiti comes in many color combinations, allowing you to match it to your décor. In this piece, white, yellow, red and blue dominate. Pluck a shade that you like from the artwork and use it in other items to create a cohesive room with urban flair.
Stroll with graffiti on hand with this eye-catching Tumi carry-on featuring the work of graffiti artist John Matos.
Graffiti artist Keith Haring was famous for his cartoonish creations that reflected the life in New York City during the 1980s. The staccato-like lines and pictogram figures in his art can now be used at home thanks to pieces like this one. This little chair, featuring a child's simplified figure, is a great way to expose your children to pop art.
This powerful graffiti-inspired painting features a bright yellow shade that pops over a deep blue hue. Place a piece like this alone to create a focal point or combine it with elements that enhance or frame its shocking beauty.